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Filmmakers seek to prove authenticity of three-fingered 'alien' mummy

By T.K. Randall
March 5, 2024 · Comment icon 15 comments
The mummified humanoid entity was allegedly discovered curled up in a mountain mine somewhere in Peru.
Claims of mummified extraterrestrial entities have been coming thick and fast in recent years, with multiple prominent examples - such as that championed by controversial UFO researcher Jaime Maussan in Mexico last year - making headline news around the world.

Now another alleged alien mummy has been brought into the limelight - this time courtesy of filmmakers Serena DC and Michael Mazzola who are putting together a new documentary that will reportedly prove that the entity contains a new form of DNA that has never been seen before.

The 'alien' itself, which was allegedly discovered inside a mountain mine in Peru, is only around 4ft tall, has only three fingers on each hand and was found in a seated position with its legs crossed.

According to reports, a second 9ft tall specimen was also discovered but has yet to be revealed.
The filmmakers intend to present "incredible" new evidence, including x-rays and laboratory test results, at a press conference that will take place on March 12th.

Not everyone is as convinced about the authenticity of the alleged alien bodies, however, with local authorities in Peru branding them fakes designed to attract tourists.

Whatever the truth may be, we will likely learn more over the coming weeks.

Source: The US Sun | Comments (15)

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Comment icon #6 Posted by papageorge1 1 month ago
As many of you know, I am convinced there is something real in all this Peru mummy stuff, but I also think we are involved in a war of information, disinformation, government politics, vehement believers/skeptics, disclosure politics and whatever.  
Comment icon #7 Posted by Trelane 1 month ago
I don't think any items presented recently are extraterrestrial in origin. I think they are all some sort of hoax.
Comment icon #8 Posted by L.A.T.1961 1 month ago
Difficult to take this mummy seriously as an ET.? But the idea of three fingers on one hand seems feasible from a Darwinian development point of view. One of three fingers could alternate as a thumb working with the other two ?   
Comment icon #9 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats 1 month ago
Is this the one folks accuse of being a mutilated child skeleton?
Comment icon #10 Posted by Robotic Jew 1 month ago
"Filmmakers see easy cash grab" Fixed the headline. 
Comment icon #11 Posted by XenoFish 1 month ago
Looks like an art class project.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Trelane 1 month ago
No, this is something new but equally laughable.
Comment icon #13 Posted by esoteric_toad 1 month ago
Headline should read: Filmmakers want to make some cash off of believers. If there were even a tiny chance that these things were aliens it would have been found out LONG ago. The fact that it is still a debate only boosts the idea that these are mundane or fake.  
Comment icon #14 Posted by pallidin 1 month ago
I would tend to agree.
Comment icon #15 Posted by ChrLzs 1 month ago
Funny how no-one handling these things seems the slightest bit concerned about potential virii, bacteria, pathogens or poisonous, even radioactive chemical issues.  You'd think they would be in hazmat suits... but they haven't even chucked a plastic bag over 'em.  Truly laughable, but there's one born every minute and most have wallets. I guess...

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